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‘Making Sure Every Time A Girl Interacts With The Water She Knows How To Treat It’


Shaping future leaders in the field of water conservation by training girls.

Dailycsr.com – 30 October 2017 – The Hornet’s Nest Council is a recipient of “Water Resources Fund” of Duke Energy, whereby its campus in Iredell County welcomed the “Wonders of Water and Wildlife” Programme.
The programme is dedicated to cultivate future water conservation leaders, whereby it trains girls on the process of improving the quantity as well as the quality of water. While, the operation of Iredell County based campus of Hornet’s Nest Council impacts surrounding eight counties. Here is a list of the counties being positively affected under this programme, as mentioned by Ethical Performance:
  • Iredell
  • Mecklenburg
  • Cabarrus
  • Anson
  • Union
  • Montgomery
  • Stanly
  • Rowan
  • York
In the words of the Chief Executive Officer of Girl Scout at Hornet’s Nest Council, Angela Woods:
“We want to make sure every time a girl interacts with the water she knows how to treat it so she remains safe and it remains safe. The new improvements will help the camp safely teach girl scouts about water science and animal life”.
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